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30 M Calgary, Alberta, CA

I’m looking for

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  • Ages 20–99
  • Near me
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Today – 2:06pm
5′ 9″ (1.75m)
Body Type
Not at all
Cancer, but it doesn’t matter
Working on university
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t want kids
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
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I guess I should update this a bit. Anyhow, I'm Chase. Just moved to Calgary from Vancouver (originally from Edmonton though).

Currently working as a cabinet installer, but I've done all kinds of stuff, and gotten quite a bit of education for not having a degree of any kind. I like to hike and camp when I get the chance (which isn't nearly enough). I also enjoy pretty much all forms of gaming; tabletop, console, pc, whatever. I like art, so I try to support artists I like. The nicest thing anyone ever said about me was that I make everything an adventure.

I have a great deal of love and respect for dogs. They've been with us for a long long time, and what really impresses me is that even in an age where we've made most of the animals we used to use for stuff essentially unemployed, we're still finding new things dogs can do. I think calling them "man's best friend" is a disservice, because I can't look at them and the things some of them have accomplished and call them anything less than family. If nothing else, they deserve our respect, and if you can't give them that, this is probably the wrong profile for you to be reading.

I have a little sun conure who is loads of fun. I've had him for years now, and he's my best bud.

If you haven't figured it out by now; I love animals. I am always happiest when I'm with them.

I consider modern politicians to be politicians in the same sense that the guy who draws Dilbert is an artist. This makes perfect sense, because everyone on the planet has the same fucking Dilbert calendar in their cubicle (even people without cubicles), but Dilbert is actually just a huge pile of uninspired shit that exists only to perpetuate itself.

I'm pretty much just here to meet people period. I don't really care if you live fifty billion miles left of tomorrow, or in the next apartment over as long as you're vaguely interesting. If you do live around here, I'd love to get together some time, but you know, whatever.

So because there's like, ten billion match questions that ask about it, religious status is clearly a lot more important to other people than it is to me, so let me just muddy something up here: I am not religious, I'm not agnostic, and I'm not atheist. I also have absolutely no interest in any sliding scales or being told why I fit under this term or that. I occasionally choose to define my personal relationship with the universe at large in vaguely animistic terms as well as frame some my understanding of it the same way. Also I have nothing but contempt for humanism.

I am a 200 foot tall ferret, hungry, and a secret wizard. <-- Does OKC still have the "I am x, x, and x" thing? Otherwise, this line kind of just looks like random insanityspeak.
What I’m doing with my life
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Working, moving around a bit, saving money.
I’m really good at
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Convincing people to indulge themselves, working with aggressive or fearful dogs, sales, walking, learning all kinds of stuff without having anything to show for it.

I'm also fabulous when it comes to starting things.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I wouldn't know. A lot of people comment on my eyes, but hell, who knows? I think people notice what they look for.

Maybe that I'm often absentminded.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I don't really do favourites, so I'll just list a bunch of things I think are representative of my tastes.

A. The Hitchiker's Guide, Discworld, Sandman, Amber, Journey to the West, Slayers novels, The Faerie Queene books, Romance of the Three Kingdoms, Nineteen Eighty Four, Beowulf, various other middle English poetry, The Silmarillion, and a bunch of other stuff. Discworld.

I think everyone who's writing novels today should have to read Heart of Darkness just to show them that number of pages does not equal literary quality.

B. Zeiram II, Giant Robo: The Day The Earth Stood Still (OVA series), Tom Yum Goong, Old Boy, Tytania(TV series), Speed Racer (the movie), Donnie Darko, Dark City, Serial Experiment Lain, Kamen Rider Kabuto, Blade Runner, Nacho Libre

C. It varies. My taste in music is incredibly eclectic. Let me just say though, that I think Masamichi Amano's compositions for Giant Robo The Day the Earth Stood Still, as played by the Warsaw philharmonic orchestra (their original, and as far as I'm aware, only form) is just plain some of the best music ever produced by mortals. And there's seven fucking albums of it.

D. Pizza, steak, twice baked potatoes.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
I continually surprise myself with my ability to give things up.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Who to call when I want some pepperoni.

How to communicate more effectively and efficiently. This one is actually a pretty big deal for me.

Whatever I'm fantasizing about at that moment. I do think about philosophy and morality a lot. Those are really just great big deep thoughts that mean very little in end. Fun to think and talk about though. On that subject, someone once said to me, "you have this strange way of making pussing out of killing anyone you want sound important and noble."

A decent chunk of the time I spend on this site, I spend looking at answers people give to their match questions, and trying to understand what it is they saw in the question. As a result, I've written a whole lot of explanations and rants for my answers. I would be honoured if you decided to take a peak.

I think about words. Labels and the aff....effec.... *grabs dictionary* effect of language on identity.

I dream of leaving everything behind and taking off on a whirlwind adventure. And hey, since I quit a stable, easy career to go back to school, I guess I sort of did!?!?

Some random interests of mine:

Swordsmanship (fencing and kenjutsu specifically)
Gaming - That is to say roleplaying; tabletop RPGs. In that vein, I'm trying to get into Exalted right now
My sun conure
Non-mainstream mythology
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Who even knows, man. I barely keep track of the days as it is.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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When I hold aloft my magic sword and say "by the power of Greyskull," I become He-Man; the most powerful man in the universe.

Please don't tell Skeletor my secret.
You should message me if
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You know what a henshin device is.

You think the adventures of Indiana Bones and Shorthound would be the most awesome spinoff cartoon ever.

You read any of the ridiculous mini-essays I wrote in response to match-questions. It'd be nice just to know someone did.

You are Carmen Sandiego and want to drop clues so that I can try and catch you after you steal the Great Wall of China. (I'm bad at geography though, so I'll probably just use google)

You want to hear why the Suntots were the actual villains of the old Smoggies cartoon. Only ask this question if you want to have a piece of your childhood ripped out and destroyed.

Or if you just want to hang or talk. Whatever.